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what dampener is that?
The one that goes on the back side of the transfercase that covers the drain plug.
Dude... it's worth the twenty bucks. I used the meguiars kit on the acura and it looks a helluva lot better :icon_thumby:
Maybe I will get one...not any time soon though.

Swampers go on tomorrow, i'm going riding on Saturday. :yahoo:
 


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Chance, you are so gay, haha
 

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Man I entered this conversation at the wrong time lol. Looks good Tom!
 

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Haha bite me Jason. :thefinger:
I was wanting to get the clear headlights/clear corners they make for the 98-00 but I don't want them to get scratched up. I was looking at the headlight restoration kits but I don't know if I really want to spend the money on them. I can see perfectly fine at night with them. They do look like shit though huh?
Just use Mother's mag and aluminum polish with the powerball. That way you still spent 20 bucks BUT you still have the powerball to use on other stuff. Same results.


And yes, I have been using Mother's on headlights professionally and personally for 12 years.
 

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Wow, mag and alum polish cleans up the headlights like the headlight resto kits? That's interesting. You just clean the headlights, hit it with the polish, and wipe it off?
 

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